Sunday, March 15 at 6 pm – Monday, March 16 at 2 and 8:30 pm

In addition to conducting a panel discussion at SXSW this year, The Christian Science Monitor’s new section in digital privacy and security, Passcode, is hosting three events that can be accessed without a SXSW badge:

Sunday, March 15 –

Passcode Conversation on Cybersecurity and Privacy™ Next Frontiers

In partnership with the Center for Identity at the University of Texas, Passcode’s editors interview DARPA’s Kan Kaufman and the Center for Democracy and Technology’s Nuala O’Connor at Uncle Julio’s in downtown Austin from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Limited seating is available and you must make a reservation through this link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/passcode-conversation-on-cybersecurity-and-privacys-next-fron tiers-tickets-16016323254

 

Monday, March 16 –

Steak, Eggs and Cybersecurity: A Passcode Conversation

In partnership with the Center for Identity at the University of Texas, Passcode will host a breakfast featuring three top cybersecurity practitioners plus Daniel Weitzner, the head of MIT’s world-renowned cybersecurity research group at Fogo de Chao in downtown from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Food and clear, smart discussion are free, but seating is limited. You must make a reservation through this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/steak-eggs-and-cybersecurity-a-passcode-conversation-tickets- 16019728439

 

Monday, March 16 —

Rebels Without a Clause: Rethinking Terms of Service at SXSW

Passcode Editor Mike Farrell moderates a discussion on the “data dilemma” facing companies and consumers over use of consumer information. Event is 2:00-3:00 p.m. at German Haus, and hosted by OpenExchange, German Haus and Passcode. Seating is limited and you must make a reservation through this link:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/rebels-without-a-clause-rethinking-terms-of-service-sxsw-tickets-15951734066?aff=es2&rank=0

 

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